The United States is devoting $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.
A developer made a pitch Monday to expand the city's limits with a 180-lot subdivision west of the Dean and Barbara White Southlake YMCA and Crown Point High School.
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"We are not opposed to new development if it is done responsibly and neighbors concerns are heard and accommodated," said Diane Granger, whose family owns a farm south of the development.
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"Again, Briar Ridge is trying to piecemeal develop the golf course. It's not just open green space," said resident Katherine Garza, who also is a Lake County judge.
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A former big-box store that's been empty for years is coming down soon to make way for a new development.
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The 53-lot subdivision, known as The Orchard, would be located on the southeast corner of 109th Avenue and Iowa Street, where the now-closed Mowry's Fruit Farm was located.
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Lots within the subdivision would exceed 20,000 square feet, which doesn't count land allotted for a conservation easement due to wetlands on the 11.67-acre property, said Doug Rettig, with DVG Team, Inc.
While the fee doesn't take effect for six months after its adoption date on Jan. 13, developers will have to pay the fee for any new development, including commercial and residential, coming to St. John.
If adopted by the Town Council at its upcoming Wednesday meeting, any new construction coming to St. John would be required to pay the road impact fee, or provide improvements to reduce or satisfy the fee, a draft of Ordinance No. 1721, which establishes the fee, reads.